Water and wastewater optimization through process integration for industrial processes
Professor Vishnu Pareek
Prof. Moses Tadé
Dr Hong-Mei Yao
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School of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering
Water management has become a very vital issue for process engineers because of the stringent environmental regulation. A systematic study of water saving opportunities in process industries is conducted in this research using process integration approach (specifically water pinch analysis as a tool). Within this work, reuse/recycle and regeneration-reuse/recycle schemes are considered. Moreover, a special attention is given to the threshold problems. To facilitate these studies, MATLAB has been employed as a programming tool.
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